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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Hutch-tiger69, May 30, 2016.
Aye a long forgotten word that we all used to use
Maybe Lobb On's can enjoy a renaissance from June 21st like fingering, the youth will rise again.
A return to a proper hairy minge??
it used to be a fadge in the 60s although i suspect it was a mishear of vadge
I remember Fage being used in the late 70s early 80s.
Also changing the words to the "Finger of Fudge" advert along the lines of "a finger of fadge is just enough to give the girls a treat"
Illicali has now followed Ehab on Instagram. Interesting.
How old are you boys? It’s like sitting in a classroom full of pre-pubescent schoolboys!
Interesting news, also the lack of noise from Burnsy on the sale speculation speaks volumes. Are Rollits Solicitors on overtime for the next few weeks?
"Another summer of bullshit speculation it seems." Or a rumour with foundation. Being ITK I am sworn to secrecy so will inform you of what I know when everything is sorted out. Or not, as the case may be.
They are confused. A fadge was a large breadcake stuffed with sliced meat. The best ones were available at midnight on a Friday from a bakery on the corner of one of the streets off Princes Avenue. Only did them at midnight on a Friday. Back in the 1970s in the days of 10.30pm pub closing it used have a queue of people coming back out for a fadge. My favourite was the beef one. (Cue schoolboy sniggers).
Could you get them with mutton flaps
We always used to get one after we got kicked out of the Welly, it wasn't so much a breadcake, more a full loaf stuffed with meat (or cheese). Sometimes used to walk home from there and still hadn't finished it by the time we got to Willerby Square
Technically they are a loaf, the definition being by the type of flour and baking process. Don't have to be round, though the ones. I had at Princes Avenue were. My dad had a bakery. Told him about them and he said he had tried doing them as they were popular in the area of Leeds he was brought up in but there wasn't much interest though a few boarding houses bought them, but they preferred the flat loaf shaped ones. Writing about them I could really fancy one after a few beers tonight.
If you paid enough you no doubt could down Hessle Road.
Welbeck Street. The bakery is still there.
HDM could add it to their list of things you could only do in Hull.
That was it. Couldn't remember which street it was at the end of.
Arnets bakery, corner of Welbeck Street.